All the latest news from the sector
Dunkirk and Lenton Partnership Forum are launching a regular event called 'Tasty Tuesdays' where they will be providing hot meals - and they are looking for volunteers who can help out by cooking and serving food.
Extra Care Charitable Trust help to run facilities at the Lark Hill retirement village in Clifton - and they are looking for volunteer performers who can help provide entertainment for the residents.
The Brain Tumour Charity is the UK's largest dedicated brain tumour charity - and they are looking for volunteers to act as 'champions' and help make people more aware of the signs and symptoms of brain tumours in children and young people.
BBC Learning's nationwide tour telling the story of what life was like during World War One is coming to Nottingham on 19 and 20 September - and the organisers need a team of cheerful, enthusiastic volunteers to support the event.
Ecoworks are a charity who use environmental projects to encourage people to get involved with their community, and make it a better, greener place to live - and they are seeking new trustees to support and develop their organisation.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) are piloting a new project called 'ESTAR' - and are looking for community and voluntary organisations who can get involved by offering a two-week work experience placement to a small group of young people.
We currently have office space available here in our building at Nottingham CVS.
Places are still available on two training events taking place at NCVS in September – one on social media, and one where you learn how to evidence the need for your project using an online tool called Nottingham Insight.
Nottingham City Council are currently carrying out a review of the support services provided to the city’s community and voluntary sector – and at Nottingham CVS we are asking for groups to complete a survey to help us contribute to the review process.
We're pleased to announce that we are now taking bookings for the 2014 Nottingham CVS Annual Event - which this year has the theme 'At the Heart of the City'.
The Nottingham Volunteer Awards have been in the local media spotlight in recent weeks, as nominations continued to come in for the different five award categories.
Nottingham Trent University have collected a huge amount of items left behind by students at the end of the last academic year - and are offering them to community and voluntary groups.
At Nottingham CVS we have set up a new mailing list targeted specifically at trustees - which we are using to send out newsletters containing useful information for trustees.
The Prince's Trust still have places available on a free training programme that offers young people who are interested in a career in retail with an opportunity to gain some work experience at Marks and Spencer.
The Nottingham charity Harmless, who provide a range of services about self-harm, are running several courses during the month of September.